The American Legion [Volume 149, No. 5 (November 2000)]
American Legion. National Headquarters
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- Convention Honors Younger Versions Of Us: Legionnaires rally in Wisconsin to celebrate the past and set goals for the future by Tim Shearer
- Legion On Parade: More than 6,000 participants hit the streets of Milwaukee for the National Convention Parade by Tim Shearer
- Spotlights: Visits by George W. Bush and Miss America make it a convention to remember
- Roster For A New Legion Year: The Legion's top leadership has it all - talent, experience and a desire to serve
- 82nd National Convention Adopts 165 Resolutions: The American Legion's list of priorities charts the course for the coming year
- The Men Who Would Become President: Candidates speak their minds on key election-year issues
- Rolling To Life: Disabled veterans emerge from the Wheelchair Games with changed attitudes by Dan Allsup
- Ghosts Of The Past America's policy of appeasement fosters a climate conducive to another widespread war by Frank J. Gaffney Jr.
- Showdown In River City: The Hoots and the Chiefs battle for No. 1 in The American Legion World Series by Dan Allsup
- Commander's Message
- Washington Watch
- Legion News
- Parting Shots
- Cover: Retired Special Forces veteran Michael Stern throws the discus during field events July 7 at the 20th National Veterans Wheelchair Games in San Antonio. Photo by Fernando Serna. Digital alterations by Holly K. Soria.
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